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- Bonus: Receive $40 of Hockey Ultimate Team content
- NHL 15 is the start of a new generation of hockey video games, where the sights, sounds and feel of the fastest team sport on the planet come to life in a way you've never experience before.
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Built to harness the power of the next generation console - NHL 15 brings hockey to life the sights, sounds and feel of real NHL action like never before. Every player is affected by real-world physics leading to multiplayer collisions and pileups through 12 Player NHL Collision Physics. NHL 15 welcomes Mike ‘Doc’ Emrick, Eddie Olczyk and analyst Ray Ferraro providing insight through revolutionary real life visuals all presented in an authentic NBC Sports Broadcast Package. This is the next generation of Hockey.
Kick start your Hockey Ultimate Team with the NHL 15 Ultimate Edition. With over $40 added value of exclusive content, you’ll have everything you need to dominate the hockey world.
• True Hockey Physics — For the first time in any sports game, real-world physics affects every player through every on-ice collision with the new 12 Player NHL ® Collision Physics. Completely rebuilt Real Puck Physics result in a more realistic feel to every puck interaction. Everything on the ice, including the ice surface itself, is live which leads to the unpredictable and authentic puck spins, rolls and bounces seen in a real NHL game.
• The Next-Generation Hockey Player — The Next Generation Hockey Player has been rebuilt from the ice up using Authentic Player & Equipment Models which has three distinct layers - the body, equipment, and jersey. Each layer interacts independently, making every contact with the puck or other players even more realistic. Combined with Unprecedented Player Likeness NHL 15 delivers groundbreaking player likeness, emotion and animation.
• Superstar Skill Stick — Now all the tools of an NHL superstar are in your hands. The revolutionary Skill Stick has evolved to give even more control to the player. Protect the puck, receive passes without breaking stride, and discover an arsenal of sweet new dekes, all with an intuitive right stick control scheme that is easy to use but packed with depth.
• World Class Broadcast Package — Witness the sights and sounds of authentic arenas across the National Hockey League, as 9,000 individual crowd models - the most ever in a sports videogame - hang on every play called by an all-new three man commentary team. In addition, a new partnership with NBC Sports™ brings a world class broadcast package to the game.
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So let's pretend for a moment that EA didn't remove half of the content from NHL 14 and call NHL 15 an actual video game...
It would still suck.
None of the issues I was sure would be fixed from 08 were even addressed. I know 7 years isn't a lot of time to fix a few things, so maybe I have to high of standards for a multibillion dollar company. The same input delay is present in online play, and combine that with the ridiculous inertial effects of the "realistic" new physics engine, and you'll have yourself skating in circles trying to pick up a loose puck. Or skating right by a player you want to check. Or receiving a great pass for a breakaway but then passing it gently to the opposing goalie because you pressed R a few seconds before the puck got to you.
The HUT game type has so much potential, but of course it wasn't executed well at all. I won't go into detail about all the other functionality and content that is missing, as plenty of other reviewers have already done so. They could fix all this with a couple updates, but it seems the gave us online team play back (without the ability to play with friends) and called it good. Thanks EA.
All in all a huge disappointment. I can't wait for Battlefield Hardline to come out so I can stop playing this game. Wait, does EA make that game too? Didn't the screw up the release of BF4? Yep. Maybe I'll just go play SimCity instead... oh wait, EA botched that one too.
I hope everyone at EA, minus the janitors, is fired and the company starts from scratch. Get your act together.
That made the game much less interesting to play because I wasn't doing as well as I could, enough to enjoy it, just because there wasn't a half-decent practice mode.
Maybe I'm missing something and it's buried somewhere, but I couldn't find it.
I didn't find the broader career type scenarios to be a ton of fun either because there isn't enough explaining to know what's going on. How to get a line change, what to do when your player is tired and needs to get off, stuff like that.
And I know how to play hockey - I've been a fan for twenty years - I just had a hard time navigating through the game because it was very much lacking in instruction.
The graphics and game play are tremendous as you might expect, so if you've played earlier versions of this game, you'll undoubtedly love it - it looks much better and plays much better. But if this is your first console hockey game, I don't think you'll find it a good investment of time or money.
My biggest problem is that depending on the skill level it is either ridiculously easy or incredibly difficult to win games. I have played with the sliders but can't find the sweet spot where the game is challenging but not frustrating.
The gameplay is great, I feel like it's made big strides this year, but the missing modes hurt more than I thought they would.